At a regular meeting on November 14, the Bulgarian Cabinet approved the opening of a new checkpoint at Krushari on the Romanian border, the government media service said.
Krushari is in the Dobrich district of north-eastern Bulgaria.
The government statement said that the opening of the new border checkpoint is in line with a 2012 intergovernmental agreement signed with Romania to open two new border checkpoints, Krushari-Dobromir and Kaynardzha-Lipnitsa.
The checkpoint at Kaynarzha, which is in north-eastern Bulgaria and is part of the Silistra district, was opened in October 2017.
The government statement did not specify precisely when the new border checkpoint would open.
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